(Hungarian voice over version) The world is experiencing one crisis after another. Earthquakes in Haiti, Chile, China, Sumatra, just to mention some of the biggest ones, and now Japan. Heat waves in Russia, floods in Australia and other parts of the world. What is going on? Had these events increased in number over the years? Are they sending us a special message? And if so, what is it? Joe and Johnny discuss these issues and touch on the possibility that men might have had a hand in triggering... Topic: natural disasters
Charles Maynard, author and founding Executive Director of Friends of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, discusses Eaarth: making a life on a tough new planet by Bill McKibben in this podcast of a Brown Bag, Green Book program held at Knox County Public Library (Knoxville, TN). Topics: climate change, natural disasters
New Orleans 6 years after Hurricane Katrina. What progress has been made, what remains to be done in the areas of: housing, police shootings,among others. Guest: Attorney Tracie L Washington, President of the Louisiana Justice Institute. Topics: Racism, Katrina, Housing, natural disasters
New Years Special! How about a thorough review of 2010 to wrap up another year? We cover everything you forgot about through this interesting year from natural disasters, sport star indiscretions, unpatriotic non-patriots, and so much more. Have a listen before the clocks roll over and that calender goes in the garbage. Happy New Year! Topics: New year review, politics, sports, natural disasters
Why Study Earth From Space? This segment describes how satellites are used to study places in the environment scientists cannot reach. Topics: NASA, KSNN, Natural Disasters, Satellites, Research, Study
This is an original song recorded for reference purposes. It is a raw, first take on a solo acoustic guitar. Hopefully, this tune gets the full rock band treatment someday! For now, I put it here to share with the band as we work on the final version. "Mountain Boy" by Corby Anderson All rights reserved, copyright 2013 When I was a little nature boyMy Granpa took me on his kneeSaid boy you better listen hereIf you're gonna be a mountain boy...You don't mess with the mountains... Topic: Corby Anderson, aspen, colorado, original music, mountain boy, natural disasters
This is a scratch mixdown that I created for a new song called Brad's Garage, an original by the Aspen, Colorado band The Natural Disasters. THIS IS JUST A SCRATCH MIX FOR REVIEW PURPOSES! Topics: Natural Disasters, Corby Anderson, Brad's Guitar, scratch mixdown
Are modern technologies the best? What are some traditional methods we should preserve? On this episode, we discussed about earth sciences, natural disaster, fortran, and water purification with the man on the street. Topic: charcoal, flooding, fortran, matlab, natural disasters, seawalls, traditional, water Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Today's Most Disturbing Bushismis a shocker. Includes lie of the Week so far, Letters from soldiers in Iraq, discussion of the hurricane, the Iraq war, why can't we find bin Laden, and some kick-butt music you can download for free. Topics: Bush, hurricane, gop, democrats, music, bin laden, iraq, afghanistan, politics, natural disasters,...
There are two general categories of natural disasters, those that are gradual and foreseeable, (such as drought or famine), or those which are sudden and unforeseeable (such as an earthquake or a severe storm). Natural disasters are multifaceted in character, and require a humanitarian response that is commensurate with the nature of the disaster. The scale of the response needs to reflect the social and economic conditions of the disaster victims. Relief efforts tend to require a far-reaching... Topics: Canada, Natural Disasters, Humanitarian Relief, Darfur, Piracy off the Horn of Africa, Haiti
Why Study Earth From Space? This segment describes how satellites are used to study places in the environment scientists cannot reach. Topics: NASA Kids Science News Network, KSNN, Lea, Emily, Natural Disasters, Satellites, Research, Study Source: http://nasa.ibiblio.org/details.php?videoid=6591&start=0&subject=Science-Missions
This preparedness guide explains and describes tornadoes, and includes safety information for schools. A tornado is defined as a violently rotating column of air extending from a thunderstorm to the ground. The guide explains the cause of tornadoes, provides diagrams of how they form, describes variations of tornadoes, and classifies tornadoes by strength. Maps and statistics are given for several outbreaks across the United States. The guide shows how weather radar provides information on... Topics: ERIC Archive, Elementary Secondary Education, Emergency Programs, Natural Disasters, Safety, Safety...
This manual presents, in illustrated form, the protective measures needed to save educational buildings from the effects of earthquakes. The information may be used at the community level as a guide to the construction of earthquake resistant educational buildings. Primarily, the manual deals with the construction techniques used for school buildings, student hostels, and teachers' houses built of traditional materials--brick, stone masonry, wood, and adobe. The manual covers the following... Topics: ERIC Archive, Building Design, Earthquakes, Educational Facilities Design, Emergency Programs,...
Mr. Civil Defense Tells About Natural Disasters! Printed by Graphic Services, Incorporated, New York 17, New York. Copyright in 1956. No copyright renewal on file, Public Domain under Rule 6 of the United States Copyright Statutes. Dimensions are: 6 3/4" width by 10 1/8" height. Etext created by Gerard Arthus. Topics: Lil abner, Comics, softcover, natural disasters, mr. civil defense, civil defense, graphic services...